Unique Abilities Partner Program

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The Florida Unique Abilities Partner Program recognizes businesses that are committed to providing career and financial opportunities to individuals with unique abilities and to assisting organizations that support them. Participating businesses demonstrate their dedication to strengthening communities and the economy by helping these Floridians with untapped talents become more independent and by partnering with other businesses, organizations and state resources in this endeavor.

  • Fostering Independence: The program will strengthen Florida’s economy and workforce by giving a talented but untapped group of Floridians who want to work more opportunities to do so.

  • Reducing Unemployment: The Florida Unique Abilities Partner Program was designed to help reduce unemployment among those who are willing, ready and able to contribute to our workforce by raising awareness about the economic and social benefits of employing these individuals.

  • Connecting Businesses: Participation in the Florida Unique Abilities Partner Program opens the door for businesses to network and partner with fellow designees, fostering new business opportunities and collaborations.

  • Leading Responsibly: Participating partners send a strong message of social responsibility to their communities, and to current and prospective customers.

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